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HDCB and HDCS high pressure fans

Two-stage centrifugal fans for high pressure and low flows


Technical data 2010

Index

Page 2

Centrifugal fan HDCB


Description

Ordering key - Fan

Fan charts

5-6

Dimensions and weights - Fan

Dimensions and weights - Base frame

Centrifugal fan HDCS


Description
Ordering key - Fan

9
10

Fan charts

11-12

Dimensions and weights

13-14

Belt drives

15-16

Accessories
Dimensions and weights
Sound data

17
18

Motors
Description - Ordering key

19

Motor data

20

Dimensions

21

Fan theory

22-23

All rights reserved. Changes may be made without notification.

Centrifugal fan HDCB - Description

Page 3

The HDCB is a two-stage centrifugal fan for clean air


at high pressure and low flows.
Max. gas temp. 100C
Max. pressure rise 30 kPa
Larger pressure rises can often be achieved by
connecting two fans in series.
Please contact us with all your enquiries.
The fan is designed to be belt-driven.
A base frame, for mounting the fan and motor as a
unit, is available as an optional extra. The frame can
be supplied with or without vibration damping and
with the fan, motor, belt drive and belt guard ready
fitted at the factory.

Description
The fan has two impellers on a single shaft and inspection
covers in the backplate and end faces. The end faces,
with their bearing supports, are bolted onto the sides of
the fan casing. To provide good sealing, there is a rubber
gasket between the contact surfaces of the casing and
end faces.
There are special seals where the shaft passes through
the end faces and the partition plate.
The impeller is of a welded construction and, in sizes
010 - 016, has straight, radial blades. In sizes 020 - 040,
the blades are backward-curved. Both impeller types
have inlet shrouds.
Spherical roller bearings are used. The plummer block is
steel and designed to facilitate continuous lubrication.
The inlet and outlet connectors are circular.
Materials and surface treatments: Steel coated with a primer.
Alternatively, stainless steel SS 23 33 or acid-proof steel
SS 23 43 with the shaft in SS 23 24.

Accessories are listed separately in this catalogue.

Lubricator
This screws simply into the top of the plummer block.
Lubrication interval and dose are both adjustable. The
lubricator is recommended for high speed fans (these
normally have short lubrication intervals) and, in particular, for fans in continuous operation.
Belt drive, belt guard
Belt drive HDCZ-01 can generally be selected for all fan
sizes (see pages 15 - 16). In other cases, the min. diameter
of the pulley on the fan shaft must be taken into consideration (see page 7). Belt guards are ventilated and have
openable covers to facilitate easy inspection of belt condition.
Motor
Refer to pages 19 - 21.

Sizes
010, 012, 016, 020, 025, 031 and 040.

Base frame
The base frame is a primed steel construction and is suitable for all discharge directions. Other surface coatings
and stainless steels are also available. Please contact us
with all your enquiries.
The base frame is delivered with a separately ordered fan
and motor (see the specifications on page 4).
Flexible connecting ducts
Suitable for both inlet and outlet, these are made of a
neoprene-coated, woven polyester with a spiral steel
insert.
Flexible connecting ducts are fitted using ring clamps; two
of these are supplied with each duct.
Protective screen
Suitable for the inlets and outlets of, respectively, free
inlet and free outlet fans. Screens have a galvanized steel
frame; the grille itself is also galvanized and is of a crenellated design.

Instructions
All necessary instructions are supplied at delivery.

Packaging
Fans are delivered on wooden battens; inlets and outlets
are covered.

Centrifugal fan HDCB - Ordering key

Page 4

Centrifugal fan
Sizes 010, 012, 016, 020, 025, 031, 040

HDCB-aaa-bb-c-d

Discharge direction: See table 1


Inlet, positioning
1 = 90 in relation to the outlet (standard model)
2 = parallel to the outlet
Materials, surface treatments
1 = steel, coated with a primer
2 = stainless steel SS 23 33
3 = acid-proof steel SS 23 43
Motor and belt drive are specified separately.

Belt drive inc. belt guard

HDCZ-01-bbb-c-dd

Sizes: See the "Selection of belt drive" tables, pages 15 - 16.


Delivery options:
1 = fitted to the fan
9 = not fitted
Fan sizes: See the table on page 15.
Motor
For ordering key and motor tables, see pages 19 and 20 respectively.
Base frame

HDCZ-11-b-cc-1

Design
1
2
3
4

= fitted with separately specified fan


= fitted with separately specified fan (including vibration damping)
= fitted with separately specified fan, motor, belt drive and belt guard (no vibration damping)
= fitted with separately specified fan, motor, belt drive, belt guard and vibration damping

Variants: As per the table on page 7


Flexible connecting ducts

HDCZ-13-bbb

Sizes (the same as fan size)


Protective screen

HDCZ-14-bbb

Sizes (the same as fan size)


Lubricator (set of 2)

HDCZ-15
0

Table 1

Fan
size

Angle Code Fan


V
bb size

010
012

0
30
270
300
330

11
14
16
19
23

016
020
025

0
22.5
270
292.5
315
337.5

11
13
16
18
21
24

031
040

Angle Code
V
bb
0
18
36
270
288
306
324
342

11
12
15
16
17
20
22
25

Discharge direction

270

90

Centrifugal fan HDCB - Charts

Page 5

The charts are for gas at a density of 1.2 kg/m3. Optimum working ranges are shaded in grey.
Gas flow, m3/h
1000

2000

20 000

012

ma
x=
59
0
0

00

4
5

35
00

300
0
250
0

m
rp

55
00

20 000

40
00

3000

2000
1

m
rp

50

45
0

1000

55

10 000

00
60

00

Total pressure rise, Pa

010

m
ax

30 000

Total pressure rise, Pa

25 000

Gas flow, m3/h

50
00
45
00

40
00
350
0

10 000

300
0
250
0

10

0,2
0,3
2500
3000
3500

0,4

0,5

Gas flow, m3/s

450
0
10

500
0

550
0

ma
x

=6

00

J(= 1/4 GD2) = 0,21 kgm2

400
0

0r

pm

40

50
00

ma
x=

59
00

J(= 1/4 GD2) = 0,43 kgm2

4000

5000

6000

016

m
ax

55
00

rp
m

300
0

250
0

200
0

3000

4000

10 000

5000

020

ma
x=
44
0

40

7000

6000

00

m
rp

35
00

2000

m
rp

20 000

40
00

1000

0
00
=5
45
00

20 000

30 000

The
be oper
sha chose ating
ded n to poin
are the t mu
a.
left st n
of t ot
he

3000

Total pressure rise, Pa

450
0

20

Gas flow, m3/h

2000

10 000

Gas flow, m3/s

30

Total pressure rise, Pa

30 000

1000

3500

10

Gas flow, m3/h


0

0,5
2500
3000

4000

20

10

00

0,6

NO
TE:

0,1

Power demand, kW

Power demand, kW

00

35
00
3

30
00
250
0

200
0

10

Power demand, kW

10

0.5

2000
2500

Gas flow, m3/s


3000

20

35 0

30

40
00

40

10

Gas flow, m3/s

2000

m
ax

J(= 1/4 GD2) = 0.75 kgm2

45
00

50
00

rp
m

2500

10

3 0 00

20

3 500
30
4 0 00

40
n

50
60

00

1.5

Power demand, kW

00

ma

50
60

J(= 1/4 GD2) = 0,21 kgm2

x =4

4 00 r p

Centrifugal fan HDCB - Charts

Page 6

The charts are for gas at a density of 1.2 kg/m3. Optimum working ranges are shaded in grey.
Gas flow, m3/h
ma
x

150
0
00

10 000

10

1 5 00

3 0 00
50

3
3500
n

ma

040

x=
26
00

24
00

22
00

20
00
18
00

16
00
140
0

4
1200
1400

10

Gas flow, m3/s


2000

25

2 4 00

2 600

80

2 8 00
3000

J(= 1/4 GD2) = 0,21 kgm2

30 000

010-016

20 000

10 000

35
30
25
20
15
10
t = 5C

Throttling curve of fan

10

Gas flow, m3/s

60

2 200

12 0
0

00

30 000

10
2

020-040

160 0
1 8 00
2 0 00
100

2 2 00
2400
n

ma

200
J(= 1/4 GD2) = 0,21 kgm2

x =26

00 rpm

t = approximate
gas temperature ride due
to compression
and fan losses

Total pressure rise, Pa

Power demand, kW

The
be oper
sha chose ating
ded n to poin
are the t mu
a.
left st n
of t ot
he

Total pressure rise, Pa

10 000

ma

160 0
1800
20 0 0

Temperature
increase
charts

m
rp

20 000

30 000

40

40

120

20 000

24
00

100

kgm2

Gas flow, m3/h


10 000

NO
TE:

30 000

= 0,21

800 r p

Total pressure rise, Pa

90 J(= 1/4

GD2)

x =3

220
0
200
0

20

Power demand, kW

Power demand, kW

2 0 00

28
00
26
00

180
0
160
0

00

3 2
Gas flow, m3/s

2 5 00

NO
TE:

200
0

Total pressure rise, Pa

250
0

30
00

20 000

031

ma
x=

rp

30
00

20 000

00
31

The
be oper
sha chose ating
ded n to poin
are the t mu
a.
left st n
of t ot
he

025

10000

m
rp

10 000

35
00

30 000

The
be oper
sha chose ating
ded n to poin
are the t mu
a.
left st n
of t ot
he

00
38

20 000

Total pressure rise, Pa

10 000

NO
TE:

30 000

Gas flow, m3/h


6000

20 000

10 000
30
25
20
15
10
t = 5C

0
0

Throttling curve of fan

Centrifugal fan HDCB - Dimensions and weights

Page 7

A1

Dimensions and weights

A2

F
A

G
d dia.
C

H
J

m1

K
L

Y dia.

n n
M

N holes P dia.
R

CL inlet
Centre hole on size 020 only

Dimensions
Size

A1

A2

686
773
916

457 265 214


549 304 250
650 359 290

010
012
016

777 658
919 766
1090 895

020
025
031
040

1308
1580
1940
2365

1056
1259
1548
1870

Size

m1

Wgt., kg

010
012
016

35 38
10 118 80
40 43
12 121 80
50 53,5 14 143 100

100
140
200

020
025
031
040

50
60
70
75

1056 783 422


1254 950 498
1477 1180 601
1742 1445 735

53,5
64
74,5
79,5

14
18
20
20

142
142
138
178

100
120 95
120 130
120 150

381 242 320


436 274 370
505 319 440

345 586
415 686
510 838
615 1005

367
428
512
618

M N P

6 360 151 46 4 18
6 410 174 51 4 18
6 405 167 56 4 18

525 6 455
630 6 530
760 10 725
920 10 850

188
221
315
381

66
66
88
88

6
8
8
8

305
375
465

71 156 166 97 125 215


83 195 180 97 160 219
98 245 203 105 200 249

18 595
18 737
26 916
26 1143

123
145
175
207

315
395
494
624

Y*

222 98 250 240


255 115 315 258
290 124 400 263
328 127 500 266

Y dia.

* External dimensions

Min. permissible diameter of belt pulley on the fan shaft


P
Dmin = k1 1 1000
n

280
420
800
1150

where Dmin
P1
n
k1

=
=
=
=

min. permissible diameter, mm, of belt pulley for the fan


design power transmission capacity, kW, of the belt drive
fan speed r/min
constant

Size
k1
Max. witdth of belt pulley

1)

010

012

016

020

025

031

040

36
100

18
100

12
160

11
7,5
5,5
4
160 160 160
160

1) Consult Flkt Woods AB if the calculation shows that a wider belt pulley is
required or if an asymmetrical pulley is used.

Selection of base frame HDCZ-11-b-cc


Fan size
All
directions
of discharge

Base frame
Code suffix cc
Motor size as per IEC
132 160 180 200 225 250

280S

280M

315S

315M

355S

010
012
016

01

02
03

03
05

04
06

06

07

020
025
031
040

08
10

08
10

09
09
09
11
11
11
12 13 14 15

20 21

2)
2)

16 17 18
22 23 24

19
25 26

2) The following applies if the code suffix cc = 1227.

27

Select an even number if bb in the fan code is 11, 12,


15 or 25
Select an odd number if bb in the fan code is 16, 17,
20 or 22

Base frame HDCZ-11-b-cc - Dimensions and weights

Page 8

Base frame HDCZ-11-b-cc


Locations of the fan and motor for different directions of discharge
Sizes 010, 012:
Sizes 016025:
Sizes 031, 040:

code suffix bb = 11, 14


code suffix bb = 11, 13, 24
code suffix bb = 11, 12, 15, 25

Sizes 010, 012:


Sizes 016025:
Sizes 031, 040:

code suffix bb = 16, 19, 23


code suffix bb = 16, 18, 21
code suffix bb = 16, 17, 20, 22

F
D

GxH

GxH
5th mounting on
the drive side

M
N

C
CL of inlet

S dia.

K holes L dia.

Code
suffix cc

01, 02
03, 04
05, 06, 07

1172
1430
1515

520
585
685

08
09
10

1630
1630
1735

460 106 120


525 129 120
620 125 140

30
31
31

860
860
952

795 146 140


795 146 140
882 191 160

11
1219
2023

1735
952
1920 1166
2160 1430

24, 25
26, 27

2160 1430
2160 1430

1 722 181
1 1052 204
2 572 200

4
4
6

15
15
15

149
180
220

110
110
110

128
128
128

82
82
82

30
35
35

2 565
2 675
2 562

221
221
266

6
6
6

15
22
22

280
280
342

110
144
144

128 82
172 110
172 110

882 191 160


1091 265 180
1350 331 200

38
35
45

2 670
2 755
2 775

266
365
431

6
6
6

22
22
22

342
422
519

144
144
182

1350 331 200


1350 331 200

44
47

2 865
2 865

431
431

6
6

22
22

519
519

182
182

S
11
11
11

Wgt. *

Number of
Max.
mountings motor wgt. **

55
75
95

4
4
5

125
225
380

11
13,5
13,5

117
123
137

5
5
5

300
500
300

172 110
172 110
212 152

13,5
13,5
13,5

142
240
320

5
5
5

550
650
700

212 152
212 152

13,5
13,5

320
365

5
5

900
1100

* Base frame only

Distance between motor and fan shaft centres


Size

010

012

016

020

Motor Distance betsize as ween centres


per IEC min max
132
545
740
160
560
715
160
685
825
180
655
865
200
660
855
180
760
965
200
770
930
225
780
930
250
745
950
200
880 1065
225
890 1040
250
860 1055
280
820 1080

Size

025

031

040

Motor
size as
per IEC
200
225
250
280
280
315
280
315
355

Distance between centres


min max
945 1125
950 1100
910 1110
870 1130
1050 1300
1070 1270
1280 1510
1300 1470
1260 1480

** Applicable when the motor is mounted


on a base frame with anti-vibration
mountings (code suffix b = 2 and 4).
Weight in kg.

Centrifugal fan HDCS - Description

Page 9

HDCS is a two-stage centrifugal fan for damp and


corrosive gases at high pressure and low flows.
It is especially suitable as a vacuum fan for the wire
sections of pulp and paper machines. The fan easily
handles the small quantities of fibres common in
such applications.
The fan is designed to be belt-driven.
Max. gas temp. 100C
Max. pressure rise 30 kPa
Larger pressure rises can often be achieved by connecting two fans in series. Please contact us with all your
enquiries.

Description
The fan has two impellers on a single shaft and inspection covers in the backplate and end faces. These covers
give access to the impeller and all compartments of the
casing. The end faces, with their bearing supports, are
bolted onto the sides of the fan casing. To provide good
sealing, there is a rubber gasket between the contact surfaces of the casing and end faces.
There are special seals where the shaft passes through
the end faces and the partition plate.
The impeller is of a welded construction and has straight
radial blades and an inlet shroud.
The base frame is integrated with the fan in a single unit.
This has slide rails for mounting the motor.
Anti-vibration mountings are included as standard. Motor
and belt drive are ordered separately.
Spherical roller bearings are used. The plummer block is
steel and designed to facilitate continuous lubrication.
The inlet and outlet connectors are circular. As an optional
extra, they can be supplied with flanges. There are 4
drain holes (1 for each compartment) with tubes leading
out through the base frame.
Materials: Fan with base frame in acid-proof SS 23 43
and shaft in SS 23 24.

Belt drive, belt guard


Belt drive HDCZ-01 can generally be selected for all fan
sizes (see pages 15 - 16). In other cases, the min. diameter
of the pulley on the fan shaft must be taken into consideration (see page 7). Belt guards are ventilated and have
openable covers to facilitate easy inspection of belt condition.
Motor
Refer to pages 19 - 21.
Discharge direction
The fan has 2 standard discharge directions (codes 11
and 21), see page 10.

Sizes
020, 025, 031 and 040.

Instructions
All necessary instructions are supplied at delivery.

Accessories are listed separately in this catalogue.


Flexible connecting ducts
Suitable for both inlet and outlet, these are made of a
neoprene-coated, woven polyester with a spiral steel
insert.
Lubricator
This screws simply into the top of the plummer block.
Lubrication interval and dose are both adjustable.
The lubricator is recommended for high speed fans
(these normally have short lubrication intervals) and, in
particular, for fans in continuous operation.
Counterflange
Flange standard ISO 13351, material SS 23 43.

Packaging
Fans are delivered on wooden battens; inlets and outlets
are covered.

Centrifugal fan HDCS - Ordering codes


Centrifugal fan
Sizes 020, 025, 031, 040

Page 10

HDCS-aaa-bb-cc-d-3

Discharge direction
11 = 0
21 = 315
IEC motor sizes
14 = 200L

17 = 250M

20 = 315S

15 = 225S

18 = 280S

21 = 315M

16 = 225M

19 = 280M

22 = 315L

23 = 355S

Motor and belt drive are specified separately.


Use the tables on pages 13 and 14 to check the motor sizes for each fan type.

Design
1 = Without connecting flanges at the inlet and outlet
2 = With connecting flanges at the inlet and outlet
Belt drive inc. belt guard

HDCZ-01-bbb-c-dd

Sizes: See the "Selection of belt drive" tables on pages 15 - 16


Delivery options:
1 = fitted to the fan
9 = not fitted to the fan
Fan sizes: See the table on page 15.
Motor
For ordering key and motor tables, see pages 19 and 20 respectively.
Flexible connecting ducts (for fans with connecting flanges)

HDCZ-12-bbb

Sizes (the same as fan size)


Flexible connecting ducts (for fans without connecting flanges)

HDCZ-13-bbb

Sizes (the same as fan size)


Lubricator (set of 2)

HDCZ-15

Counterflange

HDCZ-17-bbb-3

Sizes (the same as fan size)

Discharge
direction 11

Discharge
direction 21

Centrifugal fan HDCS - Charts

Page 11

The charts are for gas at a density of 1.2 kg/m3. Optimum working ranges are shaded in grey.
Air flow, m3/h

15000

Air flow, m3/h

3000

4000

5000

6000

7000

41
00

HDCS

ma
x=
44
20

8000

30000

25000

380
0
35

20000

00

320
0

290
0

10000

5000

10000

HDCS

020

rp
m

5000

15000

NOT
mos E! The
left s t not be operatin
g
ide o chos
en point
f the
shad to the
ed a
rea

Total presure rise, Pa

20000

2000

Total presure rise, Pa

25000

1000

NOT
most E! The o
left s not be c perating
ide o
h
p
f the osen to t oint
shad
h
ed ar e
ea

0
30000

ma
x=
38
60

025
rp

35
00

320
0
29

00

260
0

230
0

10000

5000

10

Air flow, m3/s

10

Air flow, m /s
3

2300

3200
50

Power demand, kW

3500
3800
4100

100

J 1(= 1/4

GD2)

= 2.2

nmax 4420 rpm

kgm2

2900

100

Air flow, m3/h

Total tryckkning, Pa

20000

15000

10000
1

NOT
most E! The o
left s not be c perating
ide o
h
f the osen to point
th
shad
ed a e
rea

25000

24

15000

HDCS

ma
x=
32
00
30
00

0
30000

rp

031

25000

m
2

20000

270
0
15000
3

00

210
0

10000

180
0

10

10000

2100

2400
J(= 1/4 GD2) = 10.7 kgm2 n
max 3200 rpm

3000

2700

ma

x=
26
50
r

HDCS

040

pm

24
00

220
0
200
0
3

5000

10

Air flow, m3/s

Air flow, m /s
1800

20000
1

50

Power demand, kW

Power demand, kW

3200

100

150

3500

160
0

10000

1600

100
50

nmax 3860 rpm

180
0

5000

J(= 1/4 GD2) = 4.1 kgm2

Air flow, m3/h

5000

Total tryckkning, Pa

0
30000

2600

50

NO
mo TE! Th
left st not b e oper
side e ch atin
of th ose g poi
nt
e sh n to
ade the
d ar
ea

Power demand, kW

2900

1800
150
2000
200

250

2200
J(= 1/4 GD2) = 21 kgm2

nmax 2650 rpm

2400

Centrifugal fan HDCS - Charts


Temperature
increase
charts
Total pressure rise, Pa

t = approximate
gas temperature rise due
to compression
and fan losses

30 000

Page 12

020-040

20 000

10 000

35
30
25
20
15
10
t = 5C

Throttling curve

Notes
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Centrifugal fan HDCS - Dimensions and weights


Discharge direction 11
F

Page 13

A2
V

Y dia.

H1
L
X1

X2

X3

X4

Z1
m1
j

Z2

Z5

d dia.

Z3

Z4

Size

Motor size IEC

A2

H1

X1

X2

X3

X4

020

200 - 280

1056

783

345

586

367

535

37

315

222

361

1409

98

240

025

200 - 280

1254

950

415

686

428

638

37

395

255

407

1543

115

258

031

280 - 315

1477

1180

510

838

512

775

36

494

290

494

1577

124

263

040

280 - 355

1742

1445

615

1005

618

875

47

624

328

585

1730

127

266

Size

Y*

Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Z5

m1

wgt.**

020

250

600

126

599

710

710

50

53,5

14

142

100

630

600

025

315

772

155

747

925

925

60

64

18

142

120

750

600

031

400

768

164

905

730

780

70

74,5

20

138

120

1025

900

040

500

1110

215

1150

75

79,5

20

178

120

1460

1400

*External dimensions

**Exc. motor and belt drive

Table HDCS 040


Motor IEC

Z4

Distance between motor and fan shaft centres


Z5

280M

1555

595

315S

1170

980

315M

1170

980

355S

710

See table See table

1440

Size

020

025

Motor Distance betsize as ween centres


per IEC min max
200
880 1065
225
890 1040
250
860 1055
280
820 1080
200
945 1125
225
950 1100
250
910 1110
280
870 1130

Size

031

040

Motor
size as
per IEC
280
315
280
315
355

Distance between centres


min max
1050 1300
1070 1270
1280 1510
1300 1470
1260 1480

Max. motor wgt.

Centrifugal fan HDCS - Dimensions and weights

Page 14

Discharge direction 21
E2

A2
U

F2

V
m

G2

B2

Y dia.

B3
H1
L
X1

X4

X2

X3

Z6
m1
Z3

j
k

d dia.

Z2

Z5

Z4

Size

Motor size per IEC

A2

B2

B3

E2

F2

G2

H1

X1

X2

X3

X4

020

200 - 280

1056

310

410

798

410

375

535

315

222

361

1409

98

240

025

200 - 280

1254

378

485

965

485

414

638

395

255

407

1543

115

258

031

280 - 315

1477

474

593

1195

593

526

775

494

290

494

1577

124

263

040

280 - 355

1742

587

711

1457

711

630

875

624

328

585

1730

127

266

Size

Y*

Z2

Z3

Z4

Z5

Z6

m1

Wgt.**

020

250

126

599

710

710

665

50

53,5

14

142

100

630

600

025

315

155

747

925

925

843

60

64

18

142

120

750

600

031

400

164

905

730

780

851

70

74,5

20

138

120

1025

900

040

500

215

1150

1206

75

79,5

20

178

120

1460

1400

*External dimensions

**Exc. motor and belt drive

Table HDCS 040


Motor per IEC

Z4

Distance between motor and fan shaft centres


Z5

280M

1555

595

315S

1170

980

315M

1170

980

355S

710

See table See table

1440

Size

020

025

Motor Distance betsize as ween centres


per IEC min max
200
880 1065
225
890 1040
250
860 1055
280
820 1080
200
945 1125
225
950 1100
250
910 1110
280
870 1130

Size

031

040

Motor
size as
per IEC
280
315
280
315
355

Distance between centres


min max
1050 1300
1070 1270
1280 1510
1300 1470
1260 1480

Max. motor wgt.

Centrifugal fans HDCB/HDCS - Selection of belt drive

Page 15

HDCZ-01-bbb-c-dd
Belt drive sizes 090 - 459, see the tables below
Design
1 = fitted to the ordered fan.
9 = supplied ready for assembly.
Fan sizes 01 - 07, see the table below.
Check -dd against the belt drive, see the belt drive tables.

Belt drive HDCZ-01


comprises the following:

Fan size

1. Motor pulley.
2. Fan pulley.
3. Motor bushing.
4. Fan bushing.
5. V-belt.
6. Belt guard.

dd

HDCB/HDCS

01
02
03
04
05
06
07

010
012
016
020
025
031
040

Fan
speed

Code
suffix

Motor

Rated power of motor: 15 kW

Rated power of motor: 11 kW

Rated power of motor: 7,5 kW

Suitable for:

Fan
speed

Code
suffix

Motor

Suitable for:

Fan
speed

Code
suffix

Motor

Suitable for:

r/m

bbb

dd =

r/m

bbb

dd =

r/m

bbb

dd =

5710

090

01

6190

110

01

6170

140

01

5370

091

01

5860

111

01

5840

141

01

5040

092

01

5510

142

01, 02

4760
4440

01

5560

112

093

APAL-200750-c-0

01

5230

113

094

2 poles

01

4970

114

4210

095

4720

096

Size 132S
as per IEC

01

3970

01

4450

3770

097

01

3570

098

01

01

5230

143

01, 02

4950

144

APAL-201500-c-0

01, 02

115

APAL-201100-c-0

01, 02

01, 02

4690

145

2 poles

01, 02

116

2 poles

01, 02

4450

146

117

01, 02

4210

147

4000

118

Size 160M
as per IEC

Size 160M
as per IEC

02

4220

01, 02

3970

148

02

3770

119

02

3740

149

02

3550

120

02

3540

150

02

3350

121

02

3130

122

02

02

Rated power of motor: 30 kW

Rated power of motor: 22 kW

Rated power of motor: 18,5 kW

Fan
speed

Code
suffix

r/m

bbb

dd =

5910

230

02

5580

231

02

5300

232

02

5010

233

02
02, 03

Motor

Suitable for:

Suitable for:

Fan
speed

Code
suffix

dd =

r/m

bbb

dd =

4720

234

170

01

5860

200

02

4410

235

171

01, 02

5560

201

02

4140

236

5540

172

01, 02

5230

202

02

3890

237

5230

173

4970

203

3680

238

2 poles

03, 04

02

4720

204

APAL-202200-c-0

02

174

APAL-201850-c-0

01, 02

4960

02, 03

3480

239

03, 04

4670

175

2 poles

02

4450

205

2 poles

02, 03

3310

240

Size 200L
as per IEC

4420

176

4220

206

3110

241

04, 05

177

02, 03

3980

207

Size 180M
as per IEC

03

4170

Size 160L
as per IEC

02

03

2955

242

04, 05

3890

178

03

3770

208

03

2810

243

05

3650

179

03

3560

209

03

2640

244

05

3470

180

03

3350

210

03

2510

245

05

3260

181

03

3130

211

03

2370

246

05

Fan
speed

Code
suffix

r/m

bbb

6170
5840

Motor

Motor

Suitable for:

02, 03, 04
APAL-203000-c-0

03, 04
03, 04

03, 04, 05

Centrifugal fans HDCB/HDCS - Selection of belt drive


Rated power of motor: 37 kW
Fan
speed

Code
suffix

Motor

Rated power of motor: 45 kW

Suitable for:

Fan
speed

Code
suffix

Motor

Page 16

Rated power of motor: 55 kW

Suitable for:

FlktFan
speed

Code
suffix

Motor

Suitable for:

r/m

bbb

dd =

r/m

bbb

dd =

r/m

bbb

5900

270

02

5020

300

03

4750

330

dd =
03

5600

271

02

4740

301

03

4440

331

03, 04

5290

272

02

4480

302

03, 04

5010

273

03

4140

303

4720

274

03

3900

4410

275

03, 04

3690

4210

276

03, 04

3930

277

APAL-2
03700-c-0

3670

278

2 poles

3500

279

3300

280

Size 200L
as per IEC

3120

4160

332

04

3940

333

304

APAL-204500-c-0

04

3700

334

APAL-205500-c-0

305

2 poles

04, 05

3490

335

2 poles

04, 05

3490

306

04, 05

3320

336

3290

307

04, 05

3130

337

Size 250M
as per IEC

04, 05

03, 04

Size 225M
as per IEC

04

3120

308

04, 05

2970

338

05

04, 05

2960

309

05

2820

339

05

04, 05

2810

310

05

2660

340

05

281

04, 05

2660

311

05

2520

341

05

2950

282

04, 05

2510

312

05

2800

283

05

2640

284

05

2500

285

05

2360

286

05

Rated power of motor: 75 kW

04
04, 05
04, 05

05

Rated power of motor: 90 kW


Rated power of motor: 110 kW

Fan
speed

Code
suffix

r/m

Suitable for:

Fan
speed

Code
suffix

bbb

dd =

r/m

bbb

dd =

Fan
speed

Code
suffix

4450

360

04

4130

390

04

r/m

bbb

dd =

4140

361

04

3920

391

04, 05

3160

420

06

3910

362

04, 05

3700

392

04, 05

2980

421

06

3710

363

04, 05

3510

393

05

2800

422

3520

364

04, 05

3330

394

3320

365

APAL-207500-c-0

05

3140

3150

366

2 poles

05, 06

2975

2980

367
368

Size 280 S
as per IEC

05, 06

2820

05, 06

2680

369

2520

Motor

Motor

Suitable for:

425

4 poles

06, 07

2230

426
427

Size 315 S
as per IEC

07

2110
1980
1890
1770

428
429
430

2650

423

395

05, 06

2490

424

396

2 poles

05, 06

2360

2820

397
398

Size 280M
as per IEC

06

2670

06

06

2520

399

06, 07

370

06

2380

400

06, 07

2380

371

06

2250

401

2250

372

06

2110

402

1990

Rated power of motor: 132 kW


Fan
speed

Code
suffix

r/m

bbb

dd =

3130

450

06

2970

451

2790

452

2630

453

2490
2350
2250

456

2100

457

07

1980

458

07

1890

459

07

Motor

Suitable for:

06
APAL-413200-c-0

06, 07

06

454

4 poles

06, 07

455

Size 315M
as per IEC

07
07

07

403

1880

404

4 poles

07

1780

405
406

Size 280M
as per IEC

07

1670

07

07

06
06, 07

05

06, 07

Suitable for:

APAL-411000-c-0

APAL-209000-c-0

APAL-409000-c-0

Motor

06, 07

07
07
07
07

Centrifugal fans HDCB/HDCS - Accessories


Flexible connecting duct HDCZ-12-bbb (HDCS only)

Flexible connecting duct HDCZ-13-bbb

Page 17

Protective screen HDCZ-14-bbb

A dia.

C dia.

C dia.

B holes 5 dia.

+ 10
130 - 10

Size
bbb

010
012
016

125
160
200

3
3
3

020
025
031
040

250
315
400
500

3
4
4
4

Lubricator HDCZ-15

Counterflange HDCZ-17-bbb-3 (HDCS only)


t
h
Fd

ia.

1/8 -27 NPSF

ia.

Ed

D dia.

n x G dia.

Dimensions HDCZ-12, HDCZ-13 and HDCZ-17


Size
bbb

010

50 - 70

150

125

130

012

50 - 70

150

016

50 - 70

150

160

165

200

205

020

50 - 70

150

250

255

255

292

330

12

37,5

025
031

80 - 100

200

315

320

320

366

405

12

80 - 100

200

400

405

405

448

490

12

040

80 - 100

200

500

505

505

551

600

12

o/s duct

C
i/s flex. duct

42,5

42,5

12

47,5

12

Centrifugal fan HDCB/HDCS - Sound data

Page 18

Sound data
Total sound power level Lwtoto, dB, to connecting duct,
when the fan operates on the throttling curve, which gives
rise to the lowest sound power.

110

100
LWtoto,dB

000
30
=
ise
000
re r
20
ssu

l pr

a
Tot

10

10

L = Throttling curve

20 x 103

Pa

-5

K2,dB

Air flow, m3/h


0.5
1

K1,dB

120

0.2

Correction K2
for different sound paths

Correction K1
for different throttling
curves and sound paths

000

00
50
00
30

90

1.5
L

2.5

-10
-15
-20

10 000
20 000
30 000
Total pressure rise, Pa

Sound paths: a = to connecting duct


b = to the surroundings under free inlet conditions

80
0.05

0.1
0.2
Air flow, m3/s

0.5

Lwtot = Lwtoto + K1 + K2
Lw = Lwtot + Kok

c = to the surroundings when the fan is connected


to inlet and outlet ducting

Approximate deviation Kok, dB,


within the working range L = 1 - 2.5
Sound
paths
a

Octave band, mid-frequency, Hz


125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000
1200-3000 -4
-6
-7
-10
-19
-26
-38
3000-6000 -7
-9
-6
-5
-15
-22
-33
Speed
range

1200-3000
3000-6000

-7
-9

-6
-9

-7
-6

-8
-6

-13
-10

-17
-14

-23
-20

1200-3000
3000-6000

-4
-7

-6
-7

-9
-7

-13
-7

-13
-11

-17
-16

-21
-21

Note!
Sound data
Sound levels are stated as sound power levels (ref. 10 - 12 W). The sound power level for each octave band shows the sound levels
produced by the fan irrespective of the acoustic properties of its surroundings. This sound level is the correct basis for sound level calculations.
Some fan manufacturers still quote sound pressure levels even though these depend on the distance from the fan and the acoustic
properties of the surroundings. Sound pressure levels, sometimes weighted as dB(A) or dB(C) values, are considerably lower than the
corresponding sound power levels, Lwt. For example, at a distance of 3 m, the dB(A) value for a free inlet fan with hemispherical
sound propagation is 17 - 25 dB lower (depending on fan speed and blade type) than the total sound power level.

Electric motors

Page 19

This catalogue section relates to 50 Hz, totally enclosed, foot-mounted, three-phase squirrel cage motors. Motors from size
200 upwards are supplied with thermistor type temperature sensors as standard (see the next page). Quotations for other
sizes with temperature sensors are provided on request.
Casing classes and insulation class, see page 20.

Calculation of starting times


PY/D = 2,6
TMAX
TN

In all cases where fans and fan drives are presented with a specific
motor, this motor is rated for direct on-line starting. If a different motor
is selected, or if star-delta starting is employed, starting times must
be checked by calculation.
Use the following formulae to calculate the starting time for direct online and star-delta starting:
Direct on-line starting t =

Star-delta starting

t=

J x nf2 x 10-3
T
T
46 P MAX + S
TN
TN

J
46 P 1
3

x nf2 x

TMAX
TN

x Pf

If star-delta starting is employed, the starter should be first set to the


star setting for a period corresponding to the starting time, calculated
as above, and thereafter switched to the delta setting.

Symbols

- Pf

-3

10
T
+ 1x S
4 TN

= The motor's rated output

Pf

= The fan's power demand at the operating speed in queskW


tion (includes belt-drive losses where the fan is belt-driven).

- Pf

kW

PY/D = Lowest motor rating at which star-delta starting is possible

kW

Permissible starting times


With regard to heat build-up, starting times must not exceed those
stated in the table below.
The values given in the table are for starts when the motor is in a
warm condition after operation. For cold starts, the values can be
doubled.

Max. permitted starting times in seconds (individual starts)

TS
TN

= Ratio of motor starting torque to normal torque

TMAX
= Ratio of maximum motor torque to normal torque
TN
nf

= The fan's operating speed

rpm

No. of poles
Starting method

= The system's moment of inertia, referred to the fan shaft1) kg m2

132

Direct on-line starting


Star-delta starting

15
45

10
30

= Starting time

160

Direct on-line starting


Star-delta starting

15
45

15
45

1) The impeller's moment of inertia is stated in the relevant fan chart.


The motor's moment of inertia can generally be disregarded.

180

Direct on-line starting


Star-delta starting

15
45

15
45

200

Direct on-line starting


Star-delta starting

15
45

15
45

Motor

225

Direct on-line starting


Star-delta starting

15
45

15
45

Number of poles (see the motor tables): 2, 4

250

Direct on-line starting


Star-delta starting

15
45

15
45

Rated output (see motor tables):

280

Direct on-line starting


Star-delta starting

15
45

18
54

315

Direct on-line starting


Star-delta starting

18
54

355

Direct on-line starting


Star-delta starting

20
60

Motor size

Where starting is frequent, the motor cannot be loaded as rated. This


is due to starting heat losses in the windings. The permissible motor
output can be calculated using the number of starts per hour, the load's
moment of inertia and the load's rotational speed.
Please contact Flkt Woods AB.
Note!
A motor can be started using a star-delta starter provided that the
motor is delta-connected. During starting, the motor is star-connected
and torque is consequently reduced. Check that the motor's torque
curve is higher than the fan's torque curve throughout the range up to
90% of the synchronous speed.
If no torque curves are available, the following formula is sufficiently
accurate for determining the minimum motor rating.

Ordering key

Voltage
1 = 220 - 240 V delta/380 - 420 V star
2 = 380 - 420 V delta/660 - 690 V star
5 = 500 V star (sizes 63 - 100)
500 V delta (sizes 112 - 355)

APAL-a-bbbbb-c-0

Electric motors

Page 20

Single-speed motors, 50 Hz
Size designation

ABB
Motors

IEC

Storleksbeteckning

At rated output

Designation

Rated
output
kW

Speed
rpm

Approx
A at
400 V 1)

Is2)

Ts

Tmax

IN

TN

TN

Wgt.
IEC

ABB
Motors

APALM2AA 132 SA
M2AA 132 SB
M2AA 160 MA

2-00550-c-0
2-00750-c-0
2-01100-c-0

5,5
7,5
11

2855
2855
2930

10,5
13,9
20,0

7,8
8,5
6,3

3,2
3,4
1,9

3,4
3,6
2,5

37
42
73

160 M
160 L
180 M

M2AA 160 M
M2AA 160 L
M2AA 180 M

2-01500-c-0
2-01850-c-0
2-02200-c-0

15
18,5
22

2920
2920
2930

26,5
32,0
38,5

6,6
7,3
7,2

2,3
2,6
2,5

2,5
2,7
2,7

84
94
119

200
200
225
250

M2AA
M2AA
M2AA
M2AA

MLA
MLB
SMB
SMA

2-03000-c-0
2-03700-c-0
2-04500-c-0
2-05500-c-0

30
37
45
55

2955
2950
2960
2970

53
64
79
95

7,3
7,3
7,3
7,5

2,4
2,5
2,5
2,0

3,1
3,2
2,8
3,0

175
200
235
285

M2CA 280 SA
M2CA 280 SMA

2-07500-c-0
2-09000-c-0

75
90

2977
2975

131
152

7,4
7,2

2,0
2,1

2,9
2,7

480
545

280 S
280 M

Vid mrkuteffekt
Varvtal
r/min

Strm 1)
vid 400V
ca A

Is2)

Ts

Tmax

IN

TN

TN

Vikt
kg

1500 rpm = 4 poles

132 S
132 S
160 M

200
200
225
250

Mrkuteffekt
kW

kg

3000 rpm = 2 poles

L
L
M
M

Beteckning

132 M

M2AA 132 M

APAL4-00750-c-0

7,5

1450

14,8

7,9

2,5

3,2

48

160 M
160 L
180 M

M2AA 160 M
M2AA 160 L
M2AA 180 M

4-01100-c-0
4-01500-c-0
4-01850-c-0

11
15
18,5

1460
1455
1470

22,5
28,5
35

6,7
6,8
7,0

2,9
3,0
3,1

2,8
2,8
2,7

75
94
124

180 L

M2AA 180 L

4-02200-c-0

22

1470

41

7,0

2,9

2,8

141

200 L
225 S
225 M

M2AA 200 MLA


M2AA 225 SMA
M2AA 225 SMB

4-03000-c-0
4-03700-c-0
4-04500-c-0

30
37
45

1475
1480
1480

56
68
83

6,7
6,6
6,7

2,6
2,4
2,7

2,8
2,5
2,6

180
215
230

250 M

M2AA 250 SMA

4-05500-c-0

55

1480

98

7,5

2,3

2,8

275

280 S
280 M

M2CA 280 SA
M2CA 280 SMA

4-07500-c-0
4-09000-c-0

75
90

1483
1484

137
163

6,9
7,6

2,2
2,5

2,8
2,9

445
490

315 S
315 M
315 M

M2CA 315 SA
M2CA 315 SMA
M2CA 315 MB

4-11000-c-0
4-13200-c-0
4-16000-c-0

110
132
160

1487
1486
1486

198
238
282

6,5
6,3
7,0

2,1
2,2
2,4

2,6
2,7
2,7

675
730
850

355 S
355 M

M2CA 355 SA
M2CA 355 MA

4-20000-c-0
4-25000-c-0

200
250

1487
1487

345
430

7,0
7,2

2,1
2,3

2,7
2,8

1220
1350

355 M

M2CA 355 LA

4-31500-c-0

315

1488

545

7,4

2,4

2,8

1550

Voltage codes
1 = 220 - 240 V delta/380 - 420 V star, 50 Hz
2 = 380 - 420 V delta/660 - 680 V star, 50 Hz
5 = 500 V star (sizes 63 - 100)
500 V delta (sizes 112 - 355)

1) Conversion factor where the rated supply is other than 400 V, 50 Hz.
Rated voltage at 50 Hz
and a motor wound for:

2) Is
IN

Conversion factor

220 V
230 V
415 V

1.82
1.74
0.96

500 V
660 V
690 V

0.80
0.61
0.58

= ratio of the motor's starting current to its current at full load.

Housing class IP 55
Dust-proof, spray-proof design. Sizes 132 - 355 are supplied as standard in a
design complying to IP 55.
Drain holes
Sizes 132 - 355 are supplied with closeable, plastic plugs in the drain holes.
The plugs are in the open position when the motors are delivered.
Insulation class
All motors have class F insulation.
The standard rated outputs of motors from ABB Motors are, in most cases,
based on the temperature increases applying to insulation class B.
This gives the motors a large overload margin.
Temperature sensor
PTC thermistor type 3 x 150 C. Standard for sizes 200 and larger.

Electric motors

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IEC size 132

IEC size 160-180


AC

AC

L1, L2

HD

HD

AC
H

K
B
B'
BB

BC

A
AB

IEC size 200-250

L
B'
BB

A
AB

IEC size 280-355


AC

HD

HD

HC
H

H
E

B
B'
BB

A
AB

B
B'
BB
L

A
AB

Shaft journal
F
GA

DB
D

Size
per
ABB Motors

No. of
poles

A1)

AB

AC

B1)

B'1)

BB

D1)

DB

EA

F1)

GA

H1)

HC

HD

L12)

132 S (A, B)
132 M

2
4

216
216

262
262

261
261

140
1403)

1783)
178

212
212

89
89

38
38

M12
M12

80
80

50
50

10
10

41
41

132
132

295.5
295.5

12
12

4473)
4473)

160
180

4)

4)

5)

5)

254
279

310
340

210
241

2543)
2793)

287.5
316

108
121

42
48

M16
M16

110
110

12
14

45
51.5

160
180

368.5
403,5

15
15

602,5
680

200 ML.
225 SM.
225 SM.

2,4
2
4

318
356
356

380
418
418

386
425
425

2673)
2863)
286

305
311
3113)

365
360
360

133
149
149

55
55
60

M20
M20
M20

110
110
140

16
16
18

59
59
64

200
225
225

496,5
542
542

18
18
18

773
835
865

250 SM.
250 SM.

2
4

406
406

474
474

471
471

3113)
3113)

349
349

409
409

168
168

60
65

M20
M20

140
140

18
18

64
69

250
250

590
590

22
22

872
872

280 SA
280 SA

2
4

457
457

545
545

368
368

450
450

190
190

65
75

M20
M20

140
140

18
20

69
79.5

280
280

558
558

730
730

24
24

1060
990

280 SMA
280 SMA

2
4

457
457

545
545

368
368

419
419

501
501

190
190

65
75

M20
M20

140
140

18
20

69
79.5

280
280

558
558

730
730

24
24

1060
1060

315 SA

508

622

406

535

216

80

M20

170

22

85

315

627

820

28

1125

315 SMA

508

622

406

457

535

216

80

M20

170

22

85

315

627

820

28

1125

315 MB

508

622

457

540

216

80

M20

170

22

85

315

627

820

28

1225

355 SA

610

714

500

584

254

100

M24

210

28

106

355

715

920

28

1380

355 MA

610

714

560

644

254

100

M24

210

28

106

355

715

920

28

1440

355 MB

610

714

560

644

254

100

M24

210

28

106

355

715

920

28

1440

355 LA

610

714

630

714

254

100

M24

210

28

106

355

715

920

28

1520

1) Tolerances
A, B
D = 38-48
D = 55-100
F
H = 132-250
H = 280-355

ISO js14
ISO k6
ISO m6
ISO h9
+0 -0.5
+0 -1.0

2)
3)
4)
5)

Single-speed motors 132S, M


Not IEC compliant
M-2, MA-2, M-4, L-2, L-4
M-2, M-4

Centrifugal fans HDCB/HDCS - Fan theory


Symbols

Page 22

Definition of fan efficiency

= throttling curve or number

= fan speed

= theoretical power demand

rpm
kW

pa = absolute pressure
Pe = actual power demand

Pa
kW

pd = dynamic pressure at the fan outlet


pt = total pressure rise between the fan's connections
q

= gas flow at the fan inlet

= absolute temperature

= gas velocity at the fan outlet

= gas density

= fan efficiency

Pa
Pa

m /s (m /h)
3

K
m/s
kg/m

Principle of operation
Flow through a fan is characterised by an increase in total gas
pressure as energy is imparted to the gas as it crosses the
impeller. The velocity increase at the fan inlet translates into a
definite rise in dynamic pressure, partnered by an equal magnitude
decrease in static pressure. The increase in total pressure
occurs only at the fan impeller; in the scroll casing, the dynamic
pressure is converted into static pressure. The gas flow and the
outlet area determine the dynamic pressure of the gas at the
outlet. The total pressure delivered at the fan outlet thus always
includes a certain component of dynamic pressure. Because of
the relatively large outlet areas, the dynamic pressures for
HDCB/HDCS fans are relatively low.
Fan data
The fan chart

Fan data is usually shown in the form of a chart. In this chart, the
total pressure rise generated by the fan is plotted as a function of
the gas flow at a number of fixed fan speeds. The corresponding
power characteristics are usually shown in the same chart.
This also includes auxiliary curves (throttling curves) numbered
from 1 to 10. These represent different system characteristics,
for which the required pressure rise is proportional to the square of the gas flow.
Throttling curve number is derived as follows:

10

pd/Dpt

Curve L = 10 represents the dynamic pressure at the fan outlet.


For fans that can be connected to ducting on both the inlet and
outlet sides, the fan chart shows the total pressure rise pt from
the inlet to the outlet duct. This assumes that the cross-sectional
area of the outlet ducts is the same as the fan's nominal outlet
area and that the outlet ducts have a straight length of at least
2.5 x outlet diameter. This can be expressed as:

2.5 x

4 outlet area
p

Unless otherwise specified, the fan chart's power demand curves


are for the power supplied through the shaft to the impeller.
Mechanical losses may be significant in belt-driven fans and
must be taken into account when deciding motor size. A value
of 5% can be used as a guide.

h= P
Pe

100%

where Pe is the actual power demand and P the theoretical as


defined by:

P=

q x Dpt
kW,
1000

where q is given in m3/s and pt in Pa.


Using the fan chart
In fan charts, gas flow always refers to actual flow at the fan
inlet.
Gas density o is often known at a temperature To and pressure
pao, different from the temperature T and pressure pa at the fan
inlet. The density at the fan inlet is calculated using the following
formula:

r = ro

To
T

pa
pao

If the required flow qo has been specified at a temperature has


been specified at a temperature To and pressure pao that differs
from the temperature T and pressure pa, at the inlet, the flow q
at the fan inlet can be calculated using the formula:

q = qo

T
To

pao
pa

ro
or q = qo x r

Unless otherwise stated, the total pressure rise pt and power


demand P given in the fan chart is for a gas density of 1.2 kg/m3
at the fan inlet. This corresponds to the density of air at 20C,
normal barometric pressure (1013 mbar, 760 mm Hg) and a
relative humidity of 50%.
If gas density is other than 1.2 kg/m3, the required total presssure rise pt can be read from the chart using the correction:

1.2
Dptchart = r

Dpt

The fan speed and power demand Pe chart can then be read
from the chart. Finally, actual power demand is obtained using
the formula:

r
Pe =
1.2

Pechart

Fan data at other fan speeds


If fan speed is changed, but the installation is otherwise unaltered,
gas flow, pressure rise and power demand are affected as
follows:

q1 n1
q2 = n2
Dpt1
n1
= n
Dpt2
2
P1 n1
=
P2 n2

Fan efficiency is not affected.


Example: a 10% increase in fan speed increases:
gas flow by
10%
pressure by
21%
power demand by 33%
The adequacy of a fan's power rating must always be checked
before any increase in speed.

Centrifugal fans HDCB/HDCS - Fan theory


Example of fan size selection
Select a high pressure fan for:
- gas flow 0.4 Nm/s
- total pressure rise 20000 Pa with a static negative pressure of 12000 Pa at the inlet
- gas temperature of 40C at the inlet
- density 1.293 kg/m at a temp. of 0C and barometric pressure of 1013 mbar
Solution
- density at the fan inlet:

1.293 x

- gas flow at the fan inlet:

0.4 x

- corrected chart pressure:

1.2
0.99

273
273+40
1,293
0,99

20000

101300-12000
10130

= 0.99 kg/m

= 0.52 m/s

~ 24000 Pa

Select HDCB-012. From the chart, fan speed and power demand Pechart are ~ 5350 rpm and 18.0 kW respectively.
Finally, actual power demand is calculated using the formula: Pe = 0.99 x 18 =14.8 kW
1.2
Taking belt losses (5%) into account, select motor size 18.5 kW and belt drive HDCZ-01-173-c-02.

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